Disconnect your battery for five minutes. That will reset your computer. When the problem happens again, take your car to Auto Zone or Advanced Auto. They have a code reader and will tell you what the problem is. This is a free service. Good luck
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Try taking out the spark plugs put motor oil in all cylinders and let it sit for a day or 2 fully charge the batterry for the 2 days on (2 amp if possible) try it again a few times if it still won't free up use a socket on a breaker bar on the harmonic balancer bolt and try to turn it manually...Good Luck
there is a loose connection on the small wire that hooks to the starter. jack up the car and tap on the wire and starter and it will crank. i had to put a new crimp connector on mine. its starting just fine now. done this to 3 1994's and 2 1993's good luck let me know how it goes. sawdust46